Keep existing adequate preamble
language: Signatories can opt out of the MLI-prescribed language only if their tax treaties already contain adequate preamble
language that covers the intent to "eliminate double taxation without creating opportunities for non-taxation or reduced taxation.
Created by United States Mint Artistic Infusion Program (AIP) Designer Justin Kunz, obverse designs in this series represent Kunzs interpretation of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, the core American principles in the Preamble
to the Declaration of Independence.
While the constitutional text itself is a means to establish a national ethos, it is commonly through the preamble
where it is articulated.
The receiving node can reply with an early-ACK to stop the preamble
and start the data transfer.
Msg3 from each mobile station is transmitted in an uplink resource which is specified in RAR for each preamble
significant attention was paid to language in the preamble
In that preamble
, the DOL pointed out that it received comments on both requirements, again centered on cost:
The words had been introduced in the Preamble
by Indira Gandhi's government during the Emergency for political reasons as the famous 42nd amendment of 1976.
This second chapter includes articles from 20 to 48, out of the 146 articles of the draft Constitution, which involves a Preamble
and 10 chapters.
Constituent Assembly spokesman Mohamed Salmawy announced in a press conference on Thursday that the assembly is done with the preamble
as well as other contentious articles that have been delaying the final vote on the constitution.
O'Brien has included an emergency preamble
, which means it would take effect immediately upon passage by the City Council.
The Vatican stated that the preamble
leaves room for "legitimate discussion" about "individual expressions or formulations" present in the Vatican II documents and the "successive magisterium" of the popes who came after the Council.